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Dirk, the clutch cable has less than 10k miles (its my third one now). If the clutch cable was loose (broken), then the clutch would be engaging and I would not be able to freely shift gears (as i can now). I feels like the clutch is fully disengaged as i can put it into gear and push the bike no problems. cheers.
It sounds like a clutch problem. As a side note, for any small block that has a timing hole on the right hand side of the transmission you can easily check check for a crankshaft thrust problem by removing the plug. Looking in the hole you will see the flywheel. Pull the clutch lever and you will see the flywheel move forward a small amount. You can use a screwdriver and pry the flywheel aft. By alternating pulling the lever and prying aft you can visually see the amount of crankshaft thrust. Any more than a millimeter or so means itís time for an engine out disassembley.
Iím wondering why you are on the third clutch cable after only 50K miles.
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